Symposium: Schedule Announced for In the Real of the Vision Serpent: Decipherments and Discoveries in Mesoamerica Symposium
The symposium in homage to Linda Schele, organized by the Art History Society of California State University, Los Angeles, will take place on April 10 – 11, 2015 in the Golden Eagle Hall at CSULA. Confirmed keynote speakers include:
- David Stuart (UT Austin)
- Marc Zender (Tulane)
- Mary Miller (Yale)
- Karl Taube (UCR)
- David Freidel (Washington Univ)
- F. Kent Reilly (Texas State)
- Julia Guernsey (UT Austin)
- Rex Koontz (Univ of Houston)
- Peter Mathews (La Trobe Univ)
- John M.D. Pohl (UCLA/CSULA)
- Manuel Aguilar (CSULA)
In addition to these highly regarded keynote speakers, there will be several panels composed of prominent experts in the field of Mesoamerican Studies as well Ph.D. candidates. Attendees may select panels or presentations they wish to attend.
In the Real of the Vision Serpent: Decipherments and Discoveries in Mesoamerica, a symposium in homage to Linda Schele promises to be CSULA's largest Mesoamerican Symposium to date. All attendees and participants are also invited to the inaugural viewing of a special Mesoamerican Art exhibit in the Fine Arts Gallery at California State University, Los Angeles after the closing of Friday’s symposium presentations. The title of the exhibit is: Eternal Realms of Revelry: The MAW Collection of Pre-Columbian Art.